There are many different choices on offer when deciding to study abroad.
A full time degree course for those who wish to cross career and develop expertise in a complementary or similar discipline to their existing career.
Graduate or Postgraduate Degree
As an existing graduate you have the option of a one year higher diploma, a two years masters degree or a three year PhD programme. These degrees can be 100% taught or a mix of some teaching and some applied research as part of a dissertation or thesis.
Some universities offer a taugh pre-masters programme as part of a stepping stone toward a Masters degree.
Non-EU Exchange Students
Non-EU univerisites with a bilateral agreement with your alma mater (previous/existing university) offer the chance to study one or two semesters aboard. If such an agreement is not in place, you still study abroad.
Some universites offer the option to study for a short period of time as part of a research programme with a partner university or for a year or a semester with non-partner university.
With the help of Interspark's career advisors we can guide you through the search and selection process in finding and choosing the most appropriate course that is right for you based on your exisitng education qualifications, your aptitude, language skills and career desires.